antiphonic

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Etymology[edit]

antiphon +‎ -ic

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antiphonic (comparative more antiphonic, superlative most antiphonic)

  1. Having the presence of an antiphon between two choirs with a call and a response in song or in chant, usually in the form of a hymn or a psalm.

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